For many parents, caregivers and children, the entry into kindergarten is a watershed transition.
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Parents and caregivers are vital partners in education, and together, educators and families can ease back-to-school jitters and help make this an exciting and positive transition for children.
You can start these conversations simply, like saying, “I need to think about the future. Can you help me?”
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When you prepare to talk about end-of-life decisions and the legacy you want to leave behind, try thinking about them as gifts you bestow to family and friends.
All families have disputes.
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Disputes can seem to threaten us and what we stand for morally.
Emotional regulation includes the ability to pay attention to and accept our emotions, and to differentiate emotions.
Growing core coping skills isn’t just a matter of learning not to be triggered by children’s strong feelings; it’s also about creating positive meaningful activities that promote mutual bonding.
Through creativity, children make sense of the world.
Art can be a way to promote and support mental health in children, and understanding children’s experiences through the pandemic as seen through children’s art may help support them into the future.
Video calls are not simply “screen time” for little kids. They offer an important opportunity for socialisation.
While coronavirus restrictions are easing, you may still be feeling a strain on your relationship. This crisis has thrown a variety of challenges at couples.
The proximity of a maternal grandmother could have an effect on family size.
The geographical proximity of grandmothers may have an effect on the number of children their daughters produce.